Noha Lea Halim

Research Assistant, PhD Candidate

Phone: +49 (0) 89/ 907793 - 271



Room: A.2305

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Noha Lea Halim is a doctoral student and research assistant at the Professorship for Governance, Public Policy & Innovative Technologies at the TUM School of Governance since July 2022. Prior to that, she earned an M.A. in International Studies from Aarhus University/Denmark and a B.A. in European Studies (Major European Union Law) at the University of Amsterdam.

Noha Lea Halim previously worked in Public Policy, Law & Governmental Affairs Brussels and Switzerland. There she was able to gain experience in the area of platform regulation, competition law and end-to-end encryption. In addition, she has dealt with fundamental and human rights for many years and has researched and worked in this context, for example in the Amnesty International Student Group Amsterdam and the European Parliament.

Noha's research interests lie in the field of data governance and fundamental rights research in the field of artificial intelligence. At the Professorship, she is involved in research projects on AI Governance, Digital Self Determination, AI & Educational Technologies, the Metaverse and Data Fiduciaries. She teaches on topics of the platform regulation and interest representation in the European Union.

  • Master theses supervision of Rouven Tscherisch: "The effect of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Throughput Legitimacy in the European Union Policy-Making process" (preliminary title)

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